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Gucci Mane Appears to Respond to YoungBoy Never Broke Again on New Song ‘Publicity Stunt’

It looks like Gucci Mane has responded to YoungBoy Never Broke Again.

(March 4), Guwop dropped a new song titled "Publicity Stunt," which appears to hit back at NBA YoungBoy's recent diss toward Gucci on "I Hate YoungBoy," where YB raps, "Used to fuck with Gucci 'til I seen he like them pussy niggas, bitch."

Rumors that Gucci would be dropping a response came after he posted a photo of himself early yesterday evening (March 3) with the caption, "I feel like I’m Gucci Mane in 2006." The line is a lyric from YoungBoy's 2019 song "Make No Sense."

Gucci doesn't mention NBA by name on "Publicity Stunt," but does allude to the controversial rapper a few different times. In the hook, he spits, "He's tryna pull a publicity stunt/These rappers be pussy, they bleed once a month/Don't speak on my name, don't get put in a blunt."

On the first verse, Gucci appears to reference YB's supposed respect he had for Guwop at one point. "Why you diss me for publicity, nigga?/Is you in the streets or a industry, nigga?/Is you my fan or my enemy, nigga?"

He also likely refers to YB in the second verse when he says, "Why you sign goons? I don't fuck with these rappers/Most claim that they real, but they know they some cappers." It's unclear who else he could also be addressing with those bars, although Lil Wop did diss Gucci earlier this week.

Finally, at the end of the song, Gucci is heard saying, "I thought you felt like Gucci Mane in 2006," in an apparent impression of YoungBoy's voice.

Listen to Gucci's new track "Publicity Stunt" above.

Lil Durk Shares Video for New Track “AHHH HA,” Announces Updated ‘7220’ Release Date

Video via Lil Durk

Lil Durk’s new album, originally set for a release date that would have seen the Voice of the Heroes collaborator dropping on the same day as the artist formerly known as Kanye West, is now set to arrive next month.

Tuesday, Durk rolled out the @jerryphd-shot video for his new track “AHHH HA,” which will indeed appear on his previously announced Voice follow-up 7220. In an Instagram post shared late Monday evening, Durk alerted fans to the video’s availability while also revealing presumed 7220 cover art and announcing a new drop date of March 11.

“I missed the half time performance for allstar to give y’all this album,” Durk informed fans in a separate IG Stories update. Meanwhile, over on the OTF site, new 7220-centered merch items have been made available, including a bundle option that includes a hoodie and a physical copy of the album that’s housed inside a custom-wrapped box.

Durk’s 7220 era will be further complemented with a U.S. tour that kicks off in April at the Arizona Federal Theatre in Phoenix. Additional stops include the YouTube Theatre in Los Angeles, the Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, the UPMC Event Center in Pittsburgh, and the United Center in Durk’s hometown of Chicago.

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